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IvNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S70.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
WAR NEWS BY THE CABLE,
Great ticriiinu Victory!
FreRep'ulsed on both Flanks I
: lio -
GERMANS 800,000 STRONG I
McMAHON'S CHIEF OF STAFF KILLED
ITALY ARMING FOR FRANCE!
HLOODV CATTLE AT WElSSENIiUIlti.
Germans Capture 4,000 Prisoners and
Railroad Accident near White Sulphur
UItIM,IAT mONMIAX VICTOKY.
HATTIii; AT WEINKENnUKU.
Tlie lrlncc Koynl Command in Person
The I'riihsiniiH TIclorlniiM.
The I'roncli Army ItctrcatliiR- on Mod.
BnitLiN, August o. A dispatch dated
near AVcissenbuig.at six o'clock Thursday
evening, says : " Are have won a brilliant
but bloody victory. The left wing attack
ed. It consisted of the llfth and sixth
Prussian corps and the second Bavarian.
Tills force carried by assault, under the eyes
of thePrinco Royal.the fortress of AVeisen
"burg and tho heights between AVeissen-
burg and Goisburg. Douay's division of
marsuai iuwumon's corps was splendidly
defeated, being driven from its camp.
Gen. Douay was killed. Five hundred
prisoners were captured, none of them
Avounded. Many Ttircos are among the
captured. Tho Prussian General Ker
schack was slightly wounded. The roval
grenadiers and tho llfth regiment of the
lino suffered heavy losses.
Bujilin, August 7. The French have
been defeated along the entire lino in two
day's ngnung, and are in retreat on Sletz,
and concentrating for tho defense of Paris.
Their losses are immense.
McMahon was beaten on the right, and
Frossard on the left.
Tho Prussians captured four thousand
prisoners, thirty guns, and six mitreilleurs
Bkui.in August 8. Gen. Steinmentztol
egraphs tho following particulars of the
contest netween uen. von uoonen and the
French force under Gen ..Frossard:
The light was opened on our side by tho
Fourteenth Division, which was after
wards reinforced by artillery and cavnlrv.
Aliereeand bloody struggle raged along
the lino between Pmirhruck and Forbaeh,
lasting until night. The heights of
Spleichein were carried at the point of the
nayonet aim me enemy thrown back on
Forbaeh. Meanwhile our Fifteenth Di
vision had advanced from Vocklynger and
taken Rossell and readied Forbaeh at
nightfall, Mlien, the broken divisions of
tho French army being driven from that
point, their baggage, tho camp equipage of
two divisions ami many prisoners were
. IjOndox, .august o.tiio Prussians cap
tured ono cannon at AVeisenburir. Tho
French left General Douay dead on the
At tho Prussian headquarters at Treves
tho rumored capture- ot fcaar-Douis is tin
The Prussians saved tho engines, curs,
fec. , that wore at Saarbrackcn.
The correspondent oT the Times, for
whoso iruiiworuuness ami neutrality the
Times vouches, says the French at Saar-
brucken captured no cannon. Tho French
lot forty killed and sixty wounded. Tho
French force employed was 30,00, and tho
Prussian 0,000. The artillery won tho
ngpu, aiuo lniantry mm no cavalry being
The Times says: "The plan of the
Prussian commander-in-chief, General
Moltke, has changed from defensive to of
fensive. An advance into Franco is threat
ened. If posslblo, Prince Frcdoriek Charles
will push forward and tnWack Nancy. Tho
fight at Baarbrucken, on Saturday, lasted
six hours, and, on both sides, six liundred
men were placed nom iu comua
from the French accounts, the i
have already decided tho war."
Tho story which recently originated in
Franco about a naval engagement at Cox
haven, in whlchii Prussian war vessel was
sunk, is false. There has been no collision
at all on water between France and Prussia
nio irencn sav that the needle trim re
coils so badly that tho marksmen are soon
compelled to lire from tho shoulder.
The French also
say that tho Prussian
cavalry carry old horse pistols, while the
iToncn nave carbines
of long range and
Tho llfth corps of the Prussian army is
mainly composed of Poles.
Pahis, August 6. It is reported that
fiaar-liouis Avas captured after a great bat
tle. There was a grand Illumination by the
Garde Mobile at Chalons last night over
tho capture of Saarbrueken. There had
previously bej'n slight signs of insurlmrdi
natlon, which the lavorablc news from the
A French ram Is cruising oil' Dover.
IMIUH TL'.HUITIIOL'S OV11II IUU'IMT.
roncli Itelntlotm llh Other 1'om't-s SntU
factory. Paiub. AuBiBl'.7.i-rPho,il-,rniidh onVhil
the army. Paris is tumultuous over tho
PAIU8, -August , 7. The Now York
Times' special correspondent says : I learn
on the very best authority that Italy sends
fifty-five thousand troops this week to the
aid of l ranee, and it is believed in olheial
quarters that Austria will aleo send a con
tingent at once.
In tho battle of Haguana, on the Ot Int.,
Gen. Colscn, Gen. MeMahoh's Chief of
Staff, was killed by his side. Gen. Rault
McU Is preparing for a vigorous de
Pakis.. August's. The remainder of the
Garde Nationalo is to be incorporated
with tlie Garde Mobile. The two corps
will bo organized In a single body at once.
i ne Journal ujjicici says tho relations ot
ranee with other powers is satisfactory.
and late events have developed rather than
weaueneii this leeinig. , . . ,
uie same papor contains, uio lonowinj.
MKTZ, August 7 !J A. M. in the battle
n Saturday Gen. Colson was shot by Mc-1
Million's side. Gen. Raoul is missing.
)ur artillery suffered heavily. McMahon
is now in communication with Gen. Folllv.
Metz is preparing for a vigorous defense!"
The .ouriial adds that the relations with
foreign governments, not prejudiced by
Saturday's events, on the other hand, de-
elopes the significant tact that what gov
rnments desire, in common with France.
s maintenance of European equilibrium.
Binti-i.w August 3. King William has
ssued a proclamation at Mayeneo, assnni-
ng supremo command oi the army.
London. August? .-4. It is rumored that
tho Bavarians are averse to lighting for
Papal committees in France. Ireland.
Holland and Belgium are raising recruits
for the protection of the Pope.
The ports of England are rapidly filling
up with North German vessels, anxious to
escape French cruisers.
The missions have one Hundred thou
sand reserves from Berlin.
Forage is scarce on the Rhine, and the
Prussian horses are suH'cring.
Axtvi:iu August 4. Belgium is nego
tiating for a new line of steamers to take
the place oi tlie German I.oyds and tho
LisiioN, August 4. Tho decree of Portu
gal's neutrality is published.
Pakis, August 4. Duke do Gramont
has issued another circular realllrmlug that
mo aggressive proposition originated in
Berlin. Franco made none, but on the
contrary, commenced her disarmament,
Count yon Bismarck bases his proposals
on his anxiety about tho plans of Bussla,
and gems and metals which Duke tie
Gramont temporarily withholds.
The Duko concludes by saying that ow
ing to tho falsehoods Bismarck has already
uttered through tear, no has lost an claims
to be behoved hereaiter. .
Fourteen Prussian soldiers captured
at the attack on Saarbruck passed through
hum eiiy line vewieniuy aiieiuouu. j an 01
them were on their way to Belmont, and
part to Thlonvilie, where they will be im
London, August 7. The Prussians
claim they will have eight liundred thous
and troops on the theatre of war bv this
Tlie rumor of tho purchase by I'ru-.-ia
of Stevens' battery is discredited here.
The Journak OtfMcl, of Purls, denies
tlie Iof.3 or any cannon or eagles at Wei.
senburg. Advices lrom Komc state that the Kronen
disasters cause profound terror, and the
Pope lias asked hmpress Eugenia for Just
ono ship to detenu him lrom the Italians
now organizing lor an attacK on the ra
pal dominions and authority.
London. August liio nines says
" This is a, momentous question, whether
the Emperor's health leaves him in posses
sion of his ordinary faculties. The war is
marKcd by his usual hesitation, to wnicn
is attributable tho random and purposeless
strategy, and puzzling inaction which
have brought calamity to tlie Xatioual
arms. The Emperor is now bound to ac
cent battle Instantly, yet he has on hand
the tasK oi concentrating nis lorces ami re
storing tho spirias of his defeated army,
while the enemy are concentrating in tno
heart ol Lorraine. Circumstances will
soon exact tljo reappearance of England in
tlie character of a mediator."
The Orleans princes ure prodigal of their
money in relieving the wounded of the
Hhips still enter tho lMbe and; Welsser
rivers, notwithstanding tlie blockade.
Pleasure travel continues in Switzerland,
despite the excitement the war occiinions
The Increase of bank notes hud a favora
ble effect on the grain market, by purging
it or speculative operators on borrowed cap
Ireland receives the news of tho French
defeat with profound sorrow.
Tlie PrusMiin forces menace Melz and St
McMahon continues to retreat towards
The British Foreign Ofilco has impera
tive demands from "Prussia that England
shall utop the shipment of coal to France,
or auaiition uie pretense oi neutrality,
It is believed at Antwerp that tho war
will end in a week.
A Briihsels dispatch says tlie King's
speech from the throne contains the state
ment mat v ranee and missia nave given
a written pledge to observe the neutrality
The condition of Paris is believed to bo
dangerous. Tlie Empress is in council
with llouher and Schneider.
The (Jlohc says tho Prussian Envoy In
sists on criminal proceedings agalm-t Ilrit-
f tsh pilots serving on French war vessels,
The demand has been rciuseii.
THE ELECTION ON THURSDAY.
'i-Viumpliuiit - A'iotory rtl' thc Itoiulllcuii CuiulidntcH.
SU. JUDOKS. .jClIAOJSL'
Special Difpatch to tho Chronlclc.J
Atiibns. August 4. In this District the
following vote is polled :
For Chancellor D. M. Key, 07; Jesse
Omit, 132; D. C. Trewhitt, 10.
! or circuit. I udgo John Hoyl, 203; W.
L. Adams, 27.
For Attorney General Col. It. M. Ed
wards, 30; Frazier, 104; A. J. Trew-
S. Williams, 114.
W. G. Horton and W. Gettys are elected
Special Dispatch to tho Chronicle
!Ni:w Maiikkt. August 4. Seventh Dis
trict of .Tellerson county :
For Chancellor R. McFarlaud. 04: II.
u. nuiitn, iia.
For Circuit Judge J, li. Bandolph, 160;
J. P. Swan, 31.
For Attorney General J. A. Dcwcy,
123; J. P. Galbraith. 70.
Eighth District of Jefferson county:
For Chancellor It. McFarlaud. 74; H.
C. Smith, Oil.
For Circuit Judge J. II. Bandolph. 100;
J. 1'. Swan, 37.
For Attorney General J. A. Dewey, 07;
J." P. Galbraith, 05.
The vote at Talbott's Station stood :
For Choncellor McFarlaud, 80; Smith,
At Mossy Creek the vote was:
Chancellor McFarlaud. 145: Smith. 40.
Circuit Judge Swan, 112; Randolph, 94.
Attorney General Dewey, 8-5; Galbraith,
Olllcial returns from tho 2nd. 5th, 7th,
Sth and 0th districts, give tho following
For Chancellor 15. McFarlaud, 42R ; II.
C. Smith, 431. Smith's majority, 0.
For Circuit Judge .1. H. Randolph, 051;
I. P. Swan, 320. Randolph's majority,
For Attorney General, in addition to the
above district", we have returns from tlie
12th and 13th, and the vote is as lonows :
Joel A. Dewy. 721 ; .). l lialbralth, -no.
Dewey's majority, 300.
London Coll lily.
Special Dispatch to tho Chronicle
Loudon. August 4. The vote here to
day is as follows :
For Chancellor O. P. Temple, 142; Uco.
For Circuit judge u. jv. young, wi
E. T. Hall. 39.
Tho oillcial vote f this county, so far as
heard from, shows tho following:
j'liuaaciviua rempie. j : urown, oo ;
Hull, 2S !; Young, 74.
JMioir'8 Tempie, ;w : urown, iz; nan,
33 : Young, 85.
Woods' JIM Temple. 59 ; Brown, 20 ;
Hall, 58 ; Young, 30.
Jjouaon lenipie, h: urown, o-i; jian,
99; Young, 102.
I'ineu Temple, 1 14 ; jsrown, 4a; anr
t' I , i. vuui:. if..
JMwards' Temple, 08 ; Brown, 31-HaIl,
00 : Young, 32.
Special Dispatcli to the Chronicle.
MoiuiiSTOWN, August 4. Tho vote a
this point Is as follows :
For Chancellor jtouert .uci'ariauo, i i:
H. C. Smith, 60.
For Circuit Judge J. P. Swan, 137; J.
H. Randolph. 110.
For Attorney General Joel A. Dewey,
135; J. P. (ialbraith, 132
Seven districts in Blount county
tho following vote :
For Chancellor Temple, 342; Brown,
For Circuit Judge Hall, 444; Young,
ForAttorney General Thornburgh,480 ;
For circuit Cleric v. a. .ucTeor, -mi ;
T. 1). J lneton. 2o;j.
For Register Martin, 341 ; W S. Mc-
Teer, 200; Hanimil, 138.
Siei inl Dispatch to tho Chronicle I
Jonksiioho, August 4, 1870. Tho vote
here was a party vote, and tho Republican
ticket has lorty-iour majority.
i'or circuit Court Clerk John F. Kiover,
145; "Vm. Emmerson, 102.
I' or County Court Clerk Leon Bllz.ard,
145; Henry Kice. 103: W. C. Davis. 121): E.
in East Tennessee.
2848 ! 2,)0'
Spovinl Diypatcli to tho Chronicle.
Ci.KVhuvNi), August 5. The vote in
Bradley county is as follows :
For Chancellor J. C. Gaut, 839 ; D. C,
Trewhitt, 04 , D. M. Key, 209.
For Circuit .1 udgo John Hoyl, 098; "NY.
D. Adams, 055.
For Attorney General A. J. Trewhitt.
074; R. M. Edwards, 548 ; J. H. Frazier,
For Circuit Clerk J. C. Tipton, 724;
Jno. Payne, 022.
For County Court Clerk Sam. Hunt,
008 ; J. H. Rucker, 710.
For Register A. B. Norton, 04-5 ; J. V.
Special Dispatch to tho Chronicle.
Gm:nNUvii.i.i:, August 5. Tho full vote
of Greene county gives tho following inn?
For Chancellor McFarlaud has 203 ma
jority. For Circuit Judge Gillenwaters has 118
For Attorney General Haynes has 100
or County Court Clerk Maloney lias
Special Dispatch to tho Chronicle
SwichTWATKit, August 5. Tho returns
received hero from all but live districts give
the following vote :
Tlie Supreme Court ticket, 1,030;
Brown's majority for Chancellor, 312;
Young's majority for Circuit Judge, 287,
Griffith, Hicks and Malono are elected.
Special Difpatoh to tho Chronicle
Joni;siioho, August 5. The vote in
Washington comity, one district to hear
from, stands as follows :
I' or Chancellor 11. c. mith, i.us: it.
YV. McFarlaud, 1,005. Smith's majority,
Circuit Judge Gillenwaters, 1,204;
Reeves, 044. Gillenwaters minority, 200.
utorney uencrai nacKer, i,i;h;
Haynes, 900. Hacker's majority, 103.
Hint kins County.
R(ii:navn.i.K, August 5. The vote at
this placo is as follows :
li. isicFariaiui, ibis; ji. v. nmiin, yu v:
A. Reeve, 10-3; E. E. Gillenwaters, 172;
W. D. Haynes, 10(i: N. Hacker. 107.
Gilleiiwaters' friends swapped Smith oil.
The 3d district in tho county voted as
McFarlaud, 235; Smith, 103: Reeve, 235;
Gillenwaters, 181; Haynes, 254 ; Hacker,
Special Ditpntch to the Chronicle
Chattanooga, August 4. The Chatta
nooga vote was not counted at 11 v. m. It
will stand a hundred and fifty majority for
tho Democratic Supreme Judges. Key,
(Democrat,) for Chancellor, has six hun
dred in the city to Trewhitt, (Radical.)
four hundred. The county goes Democrat
ic by not less than six hundred majority
except Vincen, (Conservative Republican,)
probably elected uircuit iouri i;ierit oy u
AYo give below the aggregate oJllclal vote
of thu county of Anderson :
For Liianceiior ). i Temoie, i : ueu.
Brown, 235. Majority for Temple, 410.
For Circuit Judge u. iv. xoung, ojjj;
15. T. Hall, 375. Majority for Young, 280.
For Attorney General J. M. Thorn-
burgh, b91 ; It. B. Dowell, 153.MaJority
lor Thorninirgii, tM. rms
County Court Clerk Robert Dew, 600 ,
V. AV. Vallace, 271 ; John Jarnigau, 155.
Plurality for Dow, 229.
Circuit court cieruw. u. iamar, in
L. C. Cox. 143,
Majority for Lamar, 528.
-O. W. Crow, 458 ; John
Majority for Cross, 3G8.
Special Dispatch tathe Chronicle.
SWEETWAThit, August 4. The voto to-
il,iv for supreme J udgo was U7.B
For Chancellor O. P, Temple, 17; Geo
For Circuit Judge D. K. Young, 75; E.
T.Haii, 20. wmm
For Attorney Mencral J. M. Thorn
burgh, 88; R. B. Dowell, 8.
DANhMWlM, Ancuit8, lh70.
ICmtohs Chkosici.R! Tlio following i-i tho
full vote of Sovier county:
Temple, S2H; Urown, 180:
11 i i . ,
."SH-ana, an--': upwey, th; uniurami, Tom
pie's majority, 040; lth'mlolplt's majority
r i - A(n . . . . ... . , " ...
tin ion county.
The fi.tlowinz the oilloinl vi)te of I'rlon
For Chancellor Tomple, 4R0: Urowiij 289.
For Circuit .Iiid(ro.2d Circuit Swanii 320 j
KnnUoliili. 357. '
For .Attorney Gneralr Dowov. 630:
Wo are indebted to IE. AV. Atidorson, Clerk
of the County Ootirt ' for tho following oilieinl
vote of Cooke county :
For Chancellor Smith, 007 i McVnrland.
For Circuit Judge 1'ftnilolnii, 051 : Hwnnn,
'-1)8. , ,
For Attorney General Pewoi', W7; Gnl
All tlio eotinly but three district heard from
foots up m follows : '
For Ohnncflilor Urown, Temple, 889.
For Circuit Judge Young, Hall, 402.
The olflciul voto of Loudon couuty is as fol
For Chancellor Tumble, 02; Urown, 381.
For Circuit Judge Ball, 020; Young. 451.
For Attorney General Thornum-gli, 920:
The following are the county officers elect:
Shuriti; Muj. Turner; Circuit Clerk, J. 8.
King; County Clorlc, Taliaferro; Tax Col
lector, Humphries; Trustee, .Street Lano;
lletnrns from Monroo county, all but two dis
tricts, foot up as follows :
For Cliancollor Urown, 084; Temple, 389.
For Circuit Judge Youiir, 783; Hall, 402.
Jacksjioho. August u, 1870.
F.itoks CunoNicEU : Tlie following i tlio
voto of Campbiill comity, two districts to hear
fiom : '
Temple, 413; Urown, 144; Itandolpli, 307
Swnnn, 244; Dewey, 060; Gnlbralth, 274 ; Nol
bou, for Supreme Judge, 217; U. G. Owon, for
Circuit Judge, 4.
Tho large voto Owon received is owing to tlio
fact that he once lived in tills county and has
tiibt canvassed it. Tho county officers ousted by
tlio New Constitution were all ro-olectcd. Tlio
wo districts to bo heard from will increase
Temple's majority to about 000. Voto light.
Ueturns from. Blount county, except one di
tricr, give the following voto:
or utinneciior l empie, inu; urown, iw.
For Circuit Judge Hull, C07; Young, 6(0.
For A .torney
Gpnoral Tliornburgh, S07 ;
Dow i: -79.
Fn- circuit Clerk AV. A
MoTecr, 059; Kd-
X'or HogUtor JInrtin, 6"8; AV.
7ii linmmin, 223.
The district yet to hear from will increaio
Hall's. Temple's and Tliornliurgli's majorities
Kixoi-ton, Tenn., August 5, 1870.
Kditoks OiirtoxrcxK : Tlio. voto of lloano
county (exclusive of the districts which were
taken into tlie new county, and exclusive of tho
districts not heard from,) is at follows :
For Siipramt) Judges Miltignii, 655; Xolson,
412; "Wheeler, 651; Dendorick, 388; Trimble,
603; Nicholson, "72: AVIsunor, 5-ij Turney,
374; Hawkins, 569 : Freeman, 75; Smith, 553;
For Clianeclloi Templo. 872; Brown. 325.
For Circuit Jiultro Hall, 703; Young, 4G2.
For Attorney General Tliornburgh, 1,131;
For Circuit Court Clerk AV. S. l'atton, 7'J3;
K. K. Young, 607.
For County Court Clark J. M. Sfurges, '.ilrt;
J. A. l'atton, 378.
Of the two districts yot to lionr from, one is
Republican by about twunty-ilvo votes ; tlio
otlior Consvrvative-liy ton ortlfteun. Tlio above
figures, therefore, will be changed but, little,
'tlie vote was small. AYo should have polM at
least three liundred nioro. '
Itespectftilly, AV. U. Stalky.
Tho following is tlie vote of Soott county ;
Chancellor Temple, 220; Urown, 19.
Circuit Jxlge Hall. 121; Young, 159.
Attorney General Tliornhurgli,' 205; Dow
Huntsvillh, Tenn., Aug. 0, 1870.
Kditoiis Ciinoxici.r. : The clcctiou m tkott
on tho 4th i'lt. for judicial officers resulted as
For Circuit Judge Randolph, 303; Hwftnu,31.
For Chnncollor Temple, 325; Drawn, 13,
For Attorney General Dcwcy, 2iV; Grfl
The following county officers were elected for
tlio ensuing term: J. J. Duncmj, Judge of the
County Court; James Sharp, Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court: Si. li. Strunk, Clerk of the County
Court, and Wm. Sharp, County Rep;Uter.
Owing entirely to thosctireenossot'ourtiekot.s,
and unusual evoitemwit over tlie election ot
conntv officers, tlio voto for judicial officers wiw
very light, rionty ot tickets luui been, --tiiriou
to our county, but tlioy tiro generally supposed
to have gone by Confederate X Road- Through
tlio inlluonea of Judge Drown nwn prt-sruco
lor tnreo or lour uays, togeuicr wun uunureusui
his tickets nnd luioiiymous circulars senttired nil
over the country, ho did get 13 votes In our
county. Tim IS llliuounifuiy mc worsi uniiKiir
that our county has over made in her whole po
litical history. lino we oannompasi n Hav
ing dono much this time, wo can boast that our
party has never ot twenty votes in anj ono
election in our county since 1801. AVo expec to
lmvo our best limn befora Us for (,ouc,,c 3 u No
vember "ext. Old Scott promii- (o we six liuii
drod solid. Yountudy,
J.VMKt C. 1'aukku.
Germany deserves our respect for many
things, but ehlelly because when her war
with Austria In .1800 was ended, she nuide
her enemy pay the expenses of the nr,
and dealt without mercy with all who
sympathized with her. Suppose we hail
done so with f 'enemies of our cause In
1805 "I'hUculi IjtMa iVm.
Belgium has onchuHilrcd thousand iwri